Laura will utilize her experience and talents in complex commercial litigation practice to represent Ammons Law Firm’s clients who have been injured due to others’ negligence.
Laura received her Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Houston Law Center, where she achieved the elite distinction of graduating summa cum laude and the highest honor of graduating first in her class. Her time at the University of Houston Law Center garnered Laura many accolades serving as Order of the Coif, Order of the Barons, and Editor in Chief of the Houston Law Review.
In addition to her academic accomplishments, she had the privilege of serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Chief Judge Carolyn Dineen King of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Throughout her career, Laura remained involved with the University of Houston Law Center, serving as an Adjunct Professor of Legal Research and Writing and Adjunct Professor of Remedies.
Laura is passionate about helping individuals and families who have been injured. She is dedicated to her craft and committed to achieving the best possible result for her clients.
Laura has earned the respect of her peers through her tireless representation of her clients. Throughout her career, she has been successful in securing solid recoveries for a wide diversity of clients including individuals seeking damages for occupational lung disease claims, corporate directors alleging hundreds of millions of dollars in damages in a security fraud matter, and a former state jail inmate who was injured while incarcerated.
Laura is a strong advocate who will play a significant role in practicing at The Ammons Law Firm ensuring that each client receives the attention and justice they deserve.
- University of Memphis, summa cum laude, 1996
- Juris Doctorate, University of Houston Law Center, summa cum laude, 2000
Awards & Accolades
- “Texas Rising Star” by Texas Super Lawyers: 2006, 2007
- “A Primer on Texas Pipeline Condemnation,” Texas Lawyer, Nov. 12, 2012 (Co-author with James W. Adams Jr.).
- "Judicial Battles Between Pipeline Companies and Landowners: It’s Not Necessarily Who Wins, but by How Much,” 37 Hous. L. Rev. 125 (2000).